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Specifications, pictures and owners reviews for Suzuki SV 650 S:
Mootorcycle type:Sport bike
Year:since 1999
Dimensions L/W/H(cm):204.5 / 79 / 106
Engine size (cc):645 cc displacement
Fuel supply:Fuel injection
Compression ratio:11.5:1
Bore and Stroke:81x62.6 mm
Ground clearance:155mm (6.1 inches)
Engine oil capacity:2.7litres (2.9 quarts)
Fuel tank capacity :17.0 litres (4.5 gallons)
Top speed:205 km/h (127 mph)
Peak horse power:72 hp
Max torque:64 nm (47.2 ft lbs)
Dry weight:167 kg (368 lbs)
Wet weight:189 kg (417 lbs)
Front suspension:telescopic fork, coil spring, oil damped, adjustable preload and 130mm frontv wheel travel
Rear suspension:Link type suspension, adjustable spring preload and 125mm rear wheel travel
Front tyre size:120/60-ZR17
Rear tyre size:160/60-ZR17
Transmission type:6-speed wet multiplate disc, cable operated
Ignition / starting:digital transistorised ignition, electric starting
Front brakes:dual 290mm disc with double piston caliper
Rear brakes:single 240mm disc and 2-piston caliper
Final drive:Chain drive
Cooling system:Liquid cooling
Fuel consumption:5.10 l/100km (46.1 mpg)
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Additional notes regarding the technical specifiaction of Suzuki SV 650 S:
- The fuel efficiency (shown as fuel consumption above) shows how efficient is a certain motorcycle in converting the chemical energy of the fuel into kinetic energy. It is usually measured by how many liters are needed to travel 100 kilometers (L/100km) or by what distance in miles can be traveled with one gallon of fuel (mpg). In the average case Suzuki SV 650 S will burn 5.10 liters on every 100km of your trip. That is based on the technical specifications of the motorcycle and may vary depending on several factors as style of riding, temperature, road condition etc. As per the MPG number it will run for 46.1 miles while burning one gallon of fuel. If we know that Suzuki SV 650 S has a fuel tank capacity of 17.0 liters and its fuel economy is 46.1mpg (based on the technical specifications data above) then we can calculate the run it can achieve with a topped up tank and it is 207 miles.
- 645 cc engine size (displacement) - this is the total volume enclosed in the movement of all pistons in the engine cylinders from their bottom to their top position in a stroke. In the common case the bigger the displacement volume the more powerful the engine and lesser fuel economy. As per the specification table here the displacement volume of the Suzuki SV 650 S engine is 645 cc. It is specified in cubic centimeters (cc) or liters.
- 155 mm ground clearance - means that the shortest distance between the ground (considering it is flat) and the chassis of SV 650 S is 155 mm. The lower the ground clearance the better the handling but on the contrary higher clearance makes the bike more practical on uneven roads and off-road.Bore and stroke of Suzuki SV 650 S engine
- Bore and stroke 81x62.6 - these parameters may be presented as bore/stroke ratio in some technical specifications. This ratio refers to the diameter of the cylinder bore divided by the length of the piston stroke. The technical specification of Suzuki SV 650 S shows that its bore and stroke measures are 81 mm and 62.6 mm. SV 650 S has a short stroke engine because in this particular case the bore of the Suzuki engine is bigger that the length of the stroke.
- Compression ratio 11.5:1 - this parameter refers to how the cylinder's space changes from when the piston is down at its lowest point to when the piston is up at its highest point in the stroke. To avoid engine knocking when compression ratio is high those motorcycles might be recommended to use premium fuel only. Engines with higher compression ratio are more energy efficient because they are able to extract more mechanical energy from a certain amount of fuel.
- Chain final drive: All three variations of the final drive (shaft, belt and chain) are perfectly doing their job and one of them is always preferable depending on the type of motorcycle and it can not really be said which one of them is the best as each one has its advantages on certain occasions. All of them are workable technologies and have proved that over the years. The final drive of Suzuki SV 650 S is chain.
motorcycle with chain final driveIt is a fact that the majority of motorcycles around the world are driven by chains. Chains are simple and efficient way to transmit horsepower from the engine to the rear wheel. However chains have their down points - more frequent need of maintenance (lubrication and cleaning) which means that a biker should always keep an eye on the chain especially in rainy days or dusty roads.
- Liquid cooling system: heat management and biker's comfort are some of the major concerns for the motorcycle manufacturers. While air cooled bikes are better cooled while in motion, the liquid cooled motorcycles have pumps, radiators and fans to deal with the heat even at idle speed.How to replace the Suzuki SV 650 S turn signals
- You can easily find out how to replace the Suzuki SV 650 S turn signals and quickly do it yourself. Disconnecting the wires of the motorcycle turn signals is not a hassle as usually they are color coded. The next step is to locate the bolts that hold them in position. After making sure that the new Suzuki SV 650 S turn signals sit in the housing properly you may proceed with connecting the wires.Suzuki SV 650 S protective cover
Motorcycle covers come in different sizes and their sizing chart will help you choose the correct one using the given dimensions of the Suzuki SV 650 S. Any aftermarket accessories that affect the dimensions of the bike should be considered. A larger cover will be needed if the motorcycle has an additional backrest, sissy bar or panniers fitted.

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